As a hybrid of a man and a chimpanzee was born in the USA, which was killed by panicked scientists
The scientist claims that almost 100 years ago, a “humane” was born in the American laboratory, after which he was killed by panicked doctors. Renowned evolutionary psychologist Gordon Gallup told The Sun that the hybrid of a man and a chimp was born in a lab in Orange Park, Florida, USA.
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Gallup, who created the famous mirror test, which proved that primates can recognize their own reflection, coined the term “humane,” which refers to a human hybrid and a chimpanzee. According to the researcher, he was told about this by his former university professor, who claimed that the newborn humane was born in a research institution where he then worked. “One of the most interesting cases was an attempt made back in the 1920s in what was the first primate research center created in the United States in Orange Park, Florida,” Gallup said.“They inseminated a female chimpanzee with male sperm from an unnamed donor and claimed not only that the pregnancy occurred, but also that it was full-term and the result was the birth of a living creature." and ethical considerations, after which the newborn was put to sleep, "said Gallup. Note that at about the same time, in the 1920s, Russian biologist Ilya Ivanov tried and failed to create a Soviet super-soldier using human sperm and female chimps.
Another similar reported case occurred in China in 1967, when a primate female became pregnant with a human hybrid, but died after laboratory scientists were forced to abandon the project. In this case, Gallup argues that people can be crossed with other monkeys, and not just with chimpanzees. “All available fossil data, paleontological and biochemical, including DNA, suggest that humans can also have offspring with gorillas and orangutans,” he added.